I have some free time over the next month, and I was thinking of reviewing some material on Hilbert spaces and eventually learning about the associated spectral theory. (I never got to this when I initially learned about functional analysis.) To this end, I was thinking about posting and answering a large amount of questions on Hilbert spaces and spectral theory. This benefits me because I am studying independently and the M.SE community is very good about spotting errors.
One of the purposes of M.SE is to provide a repository of answered mathematical questions. This is why the option to answer your own questions exists. I feel these questions would benefit the community by providing many worked examples. However, I realize such a deluge of questions might be annoying to some, and that the questions might be downvoted or closed. I am posting this to solicit opinions on this plan and ask permission before going through with it.
Question: Would you object to me self-answering a large number of textbook questions?
(Specifically, my goal would be to do 2 or 3 a day, depending on the difficulty of the questions I choose, and to keep this up for at least a month. I would almost certainly hit the monthly question limit. They would be from a graduate-level functional analysis book.)
Update: I have started posting questions. In an effort to be somewhat thorough in my studies, I'm going to make sure to do a few questions from each section and not skip any. Unfortunately, the problems in the first section are annoyingly trivial. I have posted some anyway, but please understand that my questions will get more interesting soon.